Afro Chics Read of the Month: Thank God I’m Natural

All I asked for was one book for Christmas.  “Thank God I’m Natural” by Chris-Tia E. Donaldson.

A couple of people have expressed to me their interest in my natural hair and their aspirations for caring and maintaing natural hair.  This is the perfect book to start off if you want to transition into Naturality.  You don’t have to be the black power, afro rocking sistah to learn how to care for the hair that has been naturally rooted from your scalp. 

In this book you will read many natural trials and tribulations as well as hands-on tips and pictures to get you started on your own haircare regimens.  It’s a must read for any black woman who has suffered hair loss and breakage caused by relaxers or also has grown tired and broke from spending thousands of dollars and their entire saturday frying their kinky tresses to the scalp.  It’s also packed with advice from Jill Scott, Lauryn Hill, and even Erykah Badu. 

I would personally recommend this book to anyone who dares to love, conquer and take care of their own hair!